Why We Sing, Col 3:16

The reason why we sing is that, in Col 3:16 and Eph 5:19, the Lord told us to sing. God’s creation started with singing. In Job 38:4-7 the morning stars sang together.  The nation of Israel sang their great song of deliverance in Ex 15 after God drowned Pharaoh and...

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The Word of Christ and Singing, Col 3:16

In Col 3:16, Paul wrote about the word of Christ and singing.  In this verse, he gave us clear instructions on what to do with both of these.  What to do with: The word of Christ – notice that Paul wrote “the word of Christ.”  In the Godhead, Jesus Christ...

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Preservation, Ps 12:6-7

Preservation Ps. 12:6-7 CLICK TITLE FOR AUDIO  Preservation of scripture is simply a fulfillment of the promise that God made in Ps 12:6-7.  Those verses say, “The words of the LORD are pure words: as silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times.  Thou shalt keep them, O...

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Good Music, Job 38:6-7

Good Music Job 38:6-7 CLICK TITLE FOR AUDIO Is there good music in the Bible?  Yes! In the Bible, you find two different “lines” of music, throughout.  Good music comes from the Lord and bad music comes from the devil.  In the prior broadcast, we studied the “bad” line of music...

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Two Essentials for Your Heart Col 3:16

Two Essentials for Your Heart Col. 3:16 CLICK TITLE FOR AUDIO According to Col 3:16, there are two things God has given us that are essential for our hearts: the words of God and psalms, hymns and spiritual songs. We take for granted that we will always have our Bibles with...

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The Lord’s Vineyard

Psalm 80: 8-15 The Lord’s Vineyard CLICK TITLE FOR AUDIO This topic relates to Israel, on the one hand, and to the church, on the other.  We will look at both applications. Israel The Lord planted his vineyard [Ps 80:8-16] when he planted Israel as a vine brought out of...

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Flourish Like the Palm Tree

Now that you are saved you are righteous – so as a righteous saint of God you are to flourish like the palm tree – why would the Lord compare you to a palm tree? And what can we learn from our comparison to a palm tree that might help...

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